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The New Middle Class Populism
Thursday, April 10 2008
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A new Democracy Corps survey shows that to capture voters' support on economic issues as they have on health care, Democrats should pursue a strategy that begins with cleaning out the corporate special interests from Washington, and returns focus to the squeezed and disappearing middle class. Focusing on policies that address rising costs and outsourced jobs as the central economic problems, and offering tax cuts as a "for whom" proposition rather than a "for-or-against" will demostrate a an openness to break with convention and gridlock and get things done for the country.

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